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Wednesday, July 1 • 11:15am - 12:05pm
All the Databases! Let’s Discuss them All! - Amanda Moran, Independent Advocate

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So many Open Source Databases, so little time. This talk will focus on three types of OSS databases: Relational (SQL based), NoSQL, and Graph. This talk will walk through each type of databases, the most popular and widely used implementations of each, a comparison of each type, and strong advice on when each one should be used or not used. A focus on popular databases such as Apache Cassandra, Postgres, and Apache Tinkerpop will all be discussed, along with others. The audience will walk away with a strong understanding of each type of database, and when to use that particular database. This talk is intended for folks that have some knowledge of databases and possibly deep knowledge of one but want to learn more about the others but everyone should take something away from this talk.

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Amanda Moran

Software Engineer, Apple
Amanda Moran is a Software Engineer at Apple, her focused is on helping teams adopt Kubernetes. Her passion is helping partners, customers, users, and the community be successful. Previously, she worked for HP, Teradata, DataStax, and Databricks. Amanda’s an Apache Committer and... Read More →

Wednesday July 1, 2020 11:15am - 12:05pm CDT
OS Databases Theater